Podcasts

HSS is pleased to present patient and professional podcasts -- free audio and video content available for downloading and viewing directly to your computer. You can also subscribe to the feed using iTunes or your favorite podcast reader by following the instructions below. These podcasts are comprised of interviews, patient testimonials, condition or treatment highlights, surgical videos, and many other subjects presented by the experts at HSS. We hope you enjoy the content, and we encourage you to discover more articles, interviews, testimonials, and videos on HSS.edu. For information on conditions and treatments pertaining to orthopedics and rheumatology, visit the Conditions and Treatments index.

Instructions for Subscribing

Click on the iTunes button next to the podcast you are interested in and then the subscribe button when iTunes opens or add this subscription to your podcast reader using the links below.

For patients:

Hospital for Special Surgery - HSS Audio Podcast for Patients   |   HSS Podcasts for Patients

For professionals: 

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Podcast Episodes

Strength Training to Improve Running Performance
Jamie Osmak, CSCS, USATF, CGFI-1, Hospital for Special Surgery

Jamie Osmak, CSCS, USATF, CGFI-1, performance specialist, certified strength and conditioning specialist, a USA Track & Field Level 1 coach discusses strength training drills to achieve proper mechanics.
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Three Essential Habits of the Well Fueled Marathoner
Jason Machowsky, MS, RD, CSCS, Hospital for Special Surgery

Jason Machowsky, MS, RD, CSCS, a personal trainer, nutritionist, certified strength and conditioning specialist with specialties in movement correction and optimal nutrition coaching discusses optimal fueling options for the marathon runner.
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Healthy Running Mechanics
Michael Silverman, PT, MSPT, Hospital for Special Surgery

Michael Silverman, PT, MSPT, staff physical therapist, Level 1 USA Track & Field coach we well as a Level 2 Titleist Performance Institute Medical Professional discusses aspects of gait that may put a runner at risk for injury as well as strategies for improvement.
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Non-Surgical Options for Osteoarthritis
Lisa C. Vasanth, MD, MS, Hospital for Special Surgery

Lisa C. Vasanth, MD, MS, explores nonsurgical options used to treat osteoarthritis, which can be beneficial either prior to or instead of joint replacements.
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Pain Management: How to Take the Ache Out of Arthritis
M. Carrington Reid, MD, PhD, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

M. Carrington Reid, MD, PhD, teaches different strategies that can help you to effectively manage the pain associated with osteoarthritis.
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Today's Options for Osteoarthritis Management: Exercise and Physical Activity
Matthew Titmuss, PT, DPT, Hospital for Special Surgery

Matthew Titmuss, PT, DPT, explains the role that physical activity can play as an arthritis pain reliever and an important element of your arthritis prevention and management plan.
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Nutrition and Arthritis
Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD, advises that maintaining a healthy diet, including exercise can help manage osteoarthritis pain. Learn how to eat well and live a healthy life with OA.
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Safe and Effective Training: Tips for the Novice Marathon Runner - Introduction and Welcome
Jordan D. Metzl, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Jordan D. Metzl, MD, specialist in Primary Care Sports Medicine, introduces the "Safe and Effective Training: Tips for the Novice Marathon Runner" event and what this program aims to teach you. Inspiring everyone to get the most out of their experience, Dr. Metzl enlightens the audience on what it takes to succeed!
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Running the Marathon: Keys to Health, Longevity and Happiness
Jordan D. Metzl, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Jordan D. Metzl, MD, specialist in Primary Care Sports Medicine, discusses how to design and follow a healthy running plan. A lifelong athlete and sports enthusiast, Dr. Metzl combines personal insight and tips with his medical expertise to prepare you for the marathon!
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Keeping Your Bones Healthy Through Training and Beyond
Marci Anne Goolsby, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Marci Anne Goolsby, MD, Assistant Attending Physician in the HSS Women's Sports Medicine Center, presents on bone health and stress fractures in runners. Learn the most up-to-date information on avoiding painful fractures and make sure you are taking good care of your bones.
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Healthy Running Form: How to Keep You on the Ground and Out of My Office
Leigh-Ann Plack, PT, DPT, Hospital for Special Surgery

Leigh-Ann Plack, PT, DPT, covers proper running form, and the basics of strength training. Learn how to assess and improve your form, and what exercises you should be doing to keep your body strong and pain free!
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Creating a Marathon Fueling Plan
Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Certified Sports Nutritionist Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD, discusses how to properly fuel up for a marathon. Learn how to make sure you're getting the right nutrition during training and the race to give you that extra boost.
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Safe and Effective Training: Tips for the Novice Marathon Runner - Q & A
Moderator: Jordan D. Metzl, MD
Panelists: Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD; Marci Anne Goolsby, MD;
Leigh-Ann Plack, PT, DPT
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Advances in Lupus Research: Spotlight on Treatment
Susan Manzi, MD, Allegheny General Hospital
Michael D. Lockshin, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery
Jane E. Salmon, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

HSS hosted a live webinar, sponsored by the Lupus Foundation of America, which discussed the advances in lupus research. This program was led by Susan Manzi, MD, from Allegheny General Hospital and HSS’s experts Michael D. Lockshin, MD and Jane E. Salmon, MD. An overview of lupus and discussion about current and future therapeutic treatment options are featured in this podcast.
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The Last Month Before the Marathon: How to Run Your Best Possible Race
Jordan D. Metzl, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Jordan D. Metzl, MD, discusses common mistakes made by runners in the last month of training and on race-day and how to avoid them. A lifelong athlete and sports enthusiast, Dr. Metzl combines personal insight and tips with his medical expertise to make sure you get the most out of your marathon experience!
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Lower Leg Injuries
Brian C. Halpern, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Brian C. Halpern, MD, associate attending physician in Primary Care Sports Medicine presents on lower leg injuries that marathon runners could face in their training. An in-depth discussion on stress fractures and the possible factors behind them is followed by practical advice about preventative measures one could follow to avoid painful problems!
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Marathon Tapering and Recovery
Polly deMille, RN, RCEP, CSCS, USAT, Hospital for Special Surgery

Polly deMille, RN, RCEP, CSCS, USAT, an Exercise Physiologist and trainer discusses proper tapering techniques to follow before the marathon and how to safely recover after finishing the race! Learn how the experts suggest you prepare in your final month of training to avoid serious complications.
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Gus, Gels, Carbs, Sports Drinks…What's a Marathoner to Do?
Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, Hospital for Special Surgery

Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, Sports Nutritionist discusses how to prepare for the marathon. When should you start loading up on carbs, and how should you be fueling throughout the race? Learn about proper hydration, and the importance of practicing before the day of the event to make sure you are fueled up and ready to go!!
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Q & A from Countdown to the Marathon
Moderator: Jordan D. Metzl, MD
Panelists: Polly deMille, RN, RCEP, CSCS, USAT; Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM;
Leigh-Ann Plack, PT, DPT
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Innovations in Foot and Ankle Surgery
Jonathan T. Deland, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Jonathan T. Deland, Chief of the Foot and Ankle Service, discusses some of the innovations in foot and ankle care currently utilized at HSS. Patients also share their stories of success with ankle surgery at HSS.
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How to Design and Follow a Healthy Running Plan
Jordan D. Metzl, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Jordan D. Metzl, specialist in Primary Care Sports Medicine discusses how to design and follow a healthy running plan. A lifelong athlete and sports enthusiast, Dr. Metzl combines personal insight and tips with his medical expertise to prepare you for the marathon!
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Hip, Knee and Leg Injuries in Runners
Riley J. Williams III, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Riley J. Williams III, Orthopedic Surgeon, discusses common knee, hip and leg injuries in runners. Learn how to avoid and treat injuries that could negatively affect your ability to run.
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Bone Health and Stress Fractures in Runners
Marci Anne Goolsby, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Marci Anne Goolsby, Assistant Attending Physician in the HSS Women’s Sports Medicine Center presents on bone health and stress fractures in runners. Learn the most up-to-date information on avoiding painful fractures and make sure you are taking good care of your bones.
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Injury Prevention and Strength Training in Runners
Rob Maschi, PT, DPT, CSCS, Hospital for Special Surgery

Learn what exercises you should be doing to keep your body strong and pain free. Physical Therapist Rob Maschi, PT, DPT, CSCS, covers strength training and injury prevention for the marathon runner.
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Fueling for the Marathon
Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Learn how to make sure you’re getting the right nutrition to give you that extra boost. Certified Sports Nutritionist Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD, discusses how to properly fuel up for a marathon.
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Q & A from Runners’ Health and Marathon Training Session

Jordan D. Metzl, MD; Sotiria Everett, MS, RD, CDN, CSSD; Marci Anne Goolsby, MD; Rob Maschi, PT, DPT, CSCS take questions from the audience at the NYRR Runner' Health and Marathon Training Session. Topics include plantar fasciitis, gluten free options for runners, patellar malalignment, posterior tibialis, training programs for a busy schedule and stretches for the Iliotibial (IT) band.
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Shoulder Problems in Competitive Swimming
Scott A. Rodeo, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

With summer on the way, many people are gearing up to get back in the swim. Competitive swimmers may be training for triathlons that often take place during warm weather months. At a recent conference focusing on the endurance athlete at Hospital for Special Surgery, Dr. Scott Rodeo discussed the most common swimming injuries, why they happen, and how to treat and prevent them.
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Returning to Exercise Post-Injury or Treatment
Michael Levinson, PT, Hospital for Special Surgery

Hospital for Special Surgery Physical Therapist Michael Levinson answers questions submitted through Facebook, Twitter and email about returning to exercise post-injury or treatment.
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Regenerative Treatments for Lumbar Disc Disease
Gregory E. Lutz, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Gregory Lutz provides insight into the research going on in the HSS Physiatry Department to improve how lumbar disc disease is treated.
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Strength Training and Injury Prevention for Runners
Robert Maschi, PT, DPT, CSCS, Hospital for Special Surgery

Learn how to prevent injury with proper strength training by engaging in this series of conditioning exercises.
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Rheumatology - Our Mission in Mobility
Hospital for Special Surgery

A video about the role of our rheumatology specialists in the lives of our patients and our efforts to push the boundaries of musculoskeletal research.
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Distal Biceps Repair: Endobutton
Scott W. Wolfe, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Scott W. Wolfe performs a distal biceps repair using an Endobutton.
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Volar Approach for PIP Joint Implant Arthoplasty
Scott W. Wolfe, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Scott W. Wolfe, MD performs a demonstration of the volar approach for PIP joint implant arthroplasty on a right hand.
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Medial Meniscus Transplantation
Scott A. Rodeo, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this surgical video, Scott A. Rodeo, MD performs a demonstration of a medial meniscus transplantation on a cadaveric model.
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Techniques for Proximal Tibial Osteotomy
Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD performs a demonstration of the closing wedge (coventry) and coronal plane techniques for proximal tibial osteotomy on the right leg of a cadaveric model.
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Dowel-Method Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation
Riley J. Williams III, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Riley J. Williams III, MD performs a demonstration of a dowel-method medial femoral condyle osteochondral allograft transplantation on a cadaveric right knee.
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Primary Biosynthetic Mosaicplasty
Riley J. Williams III, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Riley J. Williams III, MD performs a primary biosynthetic mosaicplasty on the right knee of a patient with a loose osteochondral fragment secondary to an osteochondritis dissecans lesion.
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Electrodiagnostic Exam: A Demonstration
Joseph H. Feinberg, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Joseph H. Feinberg demonstrates an electrodiagnostic exam.
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Optimizing Your Last Month Before the Marathon: When Should I Begin My Taper and How Do I Avoid the Medical Tent?
Jordan Metzl, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Jordan Metzl offers training tips on how to best prepare right before the marathon.
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Optimizing Your Last Month Before the Marathon: Get Me to the Starting Line: What should I Do If It Starts to Bother Me Before Race Day?
Rob Maschi, PT, DPT, CSCS, Hospital for Special Surgery

Rob Maschi discusses injuries that occur near the race date and offers advice on how to approach treating these injuries.
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Optimizing Your Last Month Before the Marathon: When Should I?...
Heather Williams, PT, DPT, Hospital for Special Surgery

Heather Williams offers advice on the appropriate times to resume exercise, get a massage and other post-marathon activities.
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Optimizing Your Last Month Before the Marathon: An Effective Nutrition Program
Heidi Skolnik, MS, CDN, FACSM, Hospital for Special Surgery

Heidi Skolnik offers advice on how to adjust your diet before, during and after the marathon.
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Optimizing Your Last Month Before the Marathon: Race Day Logistics
Ann Crandall, Vice President, Event Development & Production, NYRR and Technical Director of the ING New York City Marathon

Ann Crandall offers some final advice when preparing for the marathon.
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Optimizing Your Last Month Before the Marathon: Marathon Preview
Peter Ciaccia, Vice President, Event Development & Production, NYRR and Technical Director of the ING New York City Marathon

Peter Ciaccia offers a guide to the marathon for participants.
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Community Access to World-Class Care

Watch a video about the Hospital's work with people from all walks of life, including public schoolchildren, veterans, and the astonishing case of a window washer walking again after a 47-story fall.
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Musculoskeletal Exam Videos - Low Back Exam
Federico P. Girardi, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this video presentation, Federico P. Girardi, MD demonstrates a general physical examination of the low back.
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Musculoskeletal Exam Videos - Foot & Ankle Exam
David S. Levine, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this video presentation, David S. Levine, MD demonstrates a general physical examination of the foot and ankle.
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Musculoskeletal Exam Videos - Knee Exam
Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this video presentation, Beth E. Shubin Stein, MD demonstrates a general physical examination of the knee.
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Runners' Health and Marathon Training: How to Design and Follow a Healthy Running Plan
Jordan D. Metzl, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

A presentation by Dr. Jordan D. Metzl on developing a running plan and avoiding common injuries.
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Runners' Health and Marathon Training: Hip and Knee in the Running Athlete
Riley J. Williams III, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Riley J. Williams III discusses injuries of the hip and knee that affect runners.
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Runners' Health and Marathon Training: Lower Leg Injuries in Runners
Brian C. Halpern, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Brian C. Halpern discusses injuries of the lower leg that commonly affect runners.
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Runners' Health and Marathon Training: Strength Training for Runners
Rob Maschi, PT, DPT, CSCS, Hospital for Special Surgery

Rob Maschi discusses how runners can improve their performance while avoiding injury.
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Runners' Health and Marathon Training: Aerobic Fitness Training: Getting Fit Without Getting Hurt
Polly de Mille, RN, RCEP, USAT 1, Hospital for Special Surgery

Polly de Mille discusses avoiding common injuries that afflict runners when training.
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Antiphospholipid Syndrome Education
Michael D. Lockshin, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this video presentation, Dr. Lockshin provides an explanation of antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) and how it can be treated.
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Physical Examination of the Hip
Amar S. Ranawat, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Amar Ranawat demonstrates a physical examination of the hip.
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Anatomy and Physical Examination of the Hip
Amar S. Ranawat, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Amar Ranawat presents the anatomy and physical examination of the hip.
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Imaging of the Hip
Gregory R. Saboeiro, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Gregory R. Saboeiro discusses the technologies and protocols involved in imaging of the hip.
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Rheumatoid Arthritis, Other Inflammatory Arthritis of the Hip and Medical Management of Hip Arthritis
Theodore R. Fields, MD, FACP, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Theodore R. Fields discusses rheumatoid arthritis, other inflammatory arthritis of the hip, as well as the medical management of hip arthritis.
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Role of Physical Therapy in Managing Hip Arthritis and post-Operative Rehabilitation
Karen Juliano, PT, Hospital for Special Surgery

Karen Juliano discusses the role of physical therapy in managing hip arthritis and the rehabilitation of post-operative patients.
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State-of-the-art in Hip Arthritis Surgery
Amar S. Ranawat, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Amar S. Ranawat discusses the state-of-the-art in hip arthritis surgery, including techniques and types of implants.
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Management of Ulnar Collateral Ligament (UCL) Injury in Throwers
David W. Altchek, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this presentation, Dr. David Altchek discusses the management of ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injuries occurring in baseball players as a result of the stress that repeated throwing motions apply to the shoulder and elbow.
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Golf Pre-Season Training
Mickey Levinson, PT, CSCS, Hospital for Special Surgery
Barry Heyden, CSCS

In this series of training videos filmed in Summer 2008, Mickey Levinson and Barry Heyden demonstrate exercises that will help improve your golf game by keeping you healthy and preparing your body for the course. Part one discusses Lower Body Strengthening, Core, and Trunk Position.
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Managing Fatigue in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Strategies and Skills
Linda A. Russell, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

This audio/video presentation was given by Linda A. Russell, MD, as part of the Early RA Support and Education Program. In this video, Dr. Russell discusses disease-related causes of fatigue and joint pain, and provides essential information of medications used to treat RA. She also explores issues related to family education about RA, the doctor-patient relationship, and identifying and managing associated stress and depression.
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Dr. Sculco Discusses Hip Replacement Surgery
Thomas P. Sculco, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this six-part series of videos, Dr. Thomas P. Sculco, Surgeon-in-Chief at Hospital for Special Surgery, discusses the causes of arthritis, treatments of arthritis, and what to expect if you plan to undergo total hip replacement surgery.
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Part 3: What are the types of hip replacement surgery? - Direct Download [Patient - Video]
Part 4: What are the risks and benefits of total hip replacement surgery, and how do you choose a hospital and surgeon? - Direct Download [Patient - Video]
Part 5: How does the prosthesis work and how long is recovery? - Direct Download [Patient - Video]
Part 6: How long will the hip replacement last, how will the hospital follow my recovery and what is the future of hip surgery? - Direct Download [Patient - Video]
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Musculoskeletal Exam Videos
Scott W. Wolfe, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In these videos, Dr. Wolfe demonstrates physical examinations of the upper extremity as performed by a primary care physician and/or orthopedic specialist. Starting with a neurologic examination, which is critical in diagnosing almost any problem of the upper extremity, he details each segment, including the neck exam, vascular exam, motor exam, and sensory and reflex exams. The successive elbow, wrist, and hand exams are also broken down by condition, including tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, trigger finger, de Quervain's Disease, and other tendinopathies and ligament injuries.
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Scapholunate Ligament Repair
Scott W. Wolfe, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this surgical video, Dr. Wolfe addresses and treats scaphoid instability due to dramatic ligament disruption.
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The Role of Infections in Arthritis and Spondyloarthropathies
Stephen A. Paget, MD, FACP, FACR, Hospital for Special Surgery
Robert D. Inman, MD, The Toronto Hospital

Dr. Paget and Dr. Inman discuss the role of infection in triggering arthritis, including the function of the HLA-B27 gene in the development of spondyloarthropathies and reactive arthritis. The interview also touches upon current efforts to define the role of anti-TNF agents and biologics as disease modifiers in spondyloarthropathies.
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Arthroscopic SLAP Lesion Repair Video
Riley J. Williams, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this video presentation, Riley J. Williams, MD, performs an arthroscopic SLAP (Superior Labrum Anterior-Posterior) lesion repair in the shoulder of a patient.
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Shoulder Exam
Robert G. Marx, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

In this video presentation, Robert G. Marx, MD, demonstrates a general physical examination of the shoulder.
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Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction Video
Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Watch Thomas L. Wickiewicz, MD, perform an arthroscopic ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction in the knee of a patient.
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Arthroscopic Bankart Repair Video
David W. Altchek, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Altchek demonstrates an arthroscopic Bankart repair surgery on a torn labrum in the shoulder of a patient.
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Pediatric Anesthesia for Orthopedic Surgery
Michelle G. Carlson, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery
Andrew C. Lee, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Lee answers a series of questions regarding the administration of specified anesthetic techniques to young patients prior to orthopedic surgery.
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The Surgical Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Bryan J. Nestor, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery
Theodore Fields, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Drs. Nestor and Fields discuss what a patient encounters when dealing with surgery as an option for treating Rheumatoid Arthritis.
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Microsurgical Philosophies in Spinal Surgery: An interview with Dr. Cammisa and Dr. Mayer
Frank P. Cammisa, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery
Michael Mayer, MD, PhD, Orthozentrum Munchen

Drs. Cammisa and Mayer discuss the current and future technological and procedural breakthroughs in spine arthroplasty.
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An In-Depth Conversation Regarding the Wrist
Scott W. Wolfe, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery
Marc Garcia-Elias, MD, Hospital for Special Surgery

Dr. Wolfe and visiting lecturer Dr. Garcia-Elias discuss the anatomy, mechanics, kinetics, kinematics, and function of the wrist.
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